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Make a Paper Castle

Make a Paper Castle



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A complete kit that you can print out and create a nice castle with. Everything included, artwork, instructions.
A complete kit that you can print out and create a nice castle with. Everything included, artwork, instructions.

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Published by: gamemaker on May 08, 2008
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Make A Paper Castle
This project is a paper based project for making a castle. This instructional booklet gives youeverything you need to make the castle shown above. You just print everything up. The pagesthat you assemble into the castle begin on page 5.Copyright Notice: Copyright © 2008 Kalif Publishing , All Rights Reserved. You are free to printthis project for your own purposes and to share it with others. You can print multiple copies for educational purposes. But you cannot post this project to your website or ebook or any other typeof distribution method without express written consent from the author. For more informationcontact the webmaster for http://www.stormthecastle.comStep 1: Printout and cut out all the various shapes from the booklet of parts. Glue these partsdown onto the cereal box cardboard. Once the glue has dried you can then cut out the cardboardshapes. Leave the paper on! You may want to glue the paper to the colored side of the cardboard.It will hide the color and will make painting the castle easier. I show here that I glued to the plaininside of the boxes.
When gluing the castle parts to the cardboard use a liberal amount of glue all over the cardboard but keep it thin (not big globs or lines) and use a cotton swab stick to spread it around.Glue the tower walls to your four tower tubes. They should be four and a half inches tall. Cut outcircle tower tops and fold them into cone shapes. use a very small amount of glue to do this.Finally, apply glue to the top of the towers and glue the tower cones on top!The tower is completed. Hold your finger on it for a minute to allow the glue to take a firm hold.
Bending Tip: When bending the various sharp edges of your castle use a rule or a piece of wood.It will help you keep all the edges straight and sharp. Now cut out the tower keep, tower keep roof, and the gatehouse. Fold them up and glue them.Glue the roof of the keep into the tower keep. I folded the keep but didn't glue it closed, I thenglued three edges of the roof into place and finally glued the tower closed. Now you are ready to glue all your parts to the base of the castle. You should have a keep tower (biggest) a gatehouse, 4 round towers, and 6 tower wall sections.For the best looking results you should glue the parts to the base in a linear sequence somethinglike I have shown here. Glue the tower labeled 1 down first. Then glue the wall section (2) to it.Then glue the gatehouse, then section 4. Continue all the way around until you are done. Doing itin sequence like this will give you the best results in look.

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